Restricting circumcision to hospitals is acceptable. The brit milah is a community celebration that is typically held in the home or synagogue. A hospital is not an appropriate setting for such an occasion.
Comment by Andrew Gross — March 20, 2014 @ 8:10 PM
Restricting is just the first step. Then it will have to be performed only by a physician or PA (not by a mohel) and finally it will be outlawed completely since there is no medical reason for this 'barbaric mutilation' to which the infant does not acquiesce.
WE all have to understand that we are limited in our knowledge, if the creator gave instruction to complete creation on the eight day, that is what we do, what dos any secular government understand about what we do, as you always do what is best for your child, dos he want a shot at age 6, no but we give it to him because it is good for him, dos the world understand kosher law, we do, and we are better of because of it, lets follow the makers instruction, you do it when you buy a car don't you?
Comment by Aron Frydberg — March 23, 2014 @ 4:25 PM
AC Stubbs Yes, I did. Thank you — I have corrected it.
Comment by Andrew Gross — March 23, 2014 @ 5:01 PM